Sophia and Michael interviewed by Killer Shorts about working with Aaron Barrocas to bring his “Sitting Duck” to life
See also, our post about the film to find out where Sitting Duck is playing and more! As we approach our Regular Deadline, Killer Shorts is very excited to bring you this interview with the production team behind the horror … Read More
Sophia and Michael collaborate with Friday Night Films / Jim McDonough and Tim Tate on “Darling Pet Monkey” – the true story of a mail-order monkey!
Darling Pet Monkey IMDb – Facebook True Story as narrated by Tim Tate. 1969 Outside of Washington D.C. Two brothers ordered a monkey for $19.95 out of the back of a Monster magazine. Things get weird. Tim’s monkey story has … Read More
Sophia and Michael produce Aaron Barrocas’s Sitting Duck, at festivals now. Trailer out!
We had the pleasure of producing Aaron Barrocas’s horror-comedy short, Sitting Duck! You can read a wonderful, extensive interview with Aaron and us talking about the production over at Killer Shorts! Screenings: New York City Horror Film Festival – 12/2-9/2021 – … Read More
Demon For Hire – crowdfunding now – Sophia is cinematographer/Michael is sound
Sophia and Michael are excited to be headed to Colorado this summer to shoot Demon for Hire, a new short film from Travis Heermann! Sophia is the cinematographer and Michael is handling sound. The project is now in crowdfunding phase at … Read More
Hipster Ghost is a short film made for the Women in Comedy Festival Rachel Bloom Challenge. “Filmmakers were challenged to use an opening line of dialogue provided by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s co-creator, writer, and star Rachel Bloom – “YOU CAN’T DO THAT” … Read More
Weekend Vampire – short film
Weekend Vampire was created by Sophia and Allix Mortis (who you may remember as the star of Magnetic!) for a Women in Film/Harvard Scriptwriters Club competition called Flicks4Chicks. We won two awards at the fest: Best Comedy (as chosen and presented … Read More
Watch Thirteen: a new short film that premiered at Museum of Fine Arts on Friday the 13th!
Thirteen (2016) dir. Sophia Cacciola from Launch Over – Cacciola / Epstein on Vimeo. Thirteen was created for an MFA Friday the 13th event: “Orestes (detail),” 1922-25, John Singer Sargent Vellumsound Presents Friday the 13th at the Museum of … Read More
Friday Night Films’ Idioms Origins Volume 1 Trailer – MJE cameo
I had the pleasure of making a small appearance in this Friday Night Films (YouTube channel) project as the manager of The Store and the guy in the ads for “Get Abs in 30 days” (and others)! The workout regimen to prepare … Read More
“One” Porcelain Dalya’s directorial debut, Cinematography/Sound/Editing by Epstein/Cacciola
Porcelain Dalya‘s writing/directorial debut, One is now available to watch! We have worked with Dalya on too many things to count at this point (including her award-winning role as the co-ed in TEN movie) and we were happy to help … Read More
“Invisible Friend” by Izzy Lee – cinematography/sound by Epstein/Cacciola
We spent a very fun Patriot’s day doing cinematography and sound on Izzy Lee‘s latest short created for The Stanley Film Festival Filmmaking Frenzy competition. Go vote for it by giving it a like here. photo by Timothy Porter Invisible … Read More
Sophia and Michael create “For the love of Metamorphosis” – a short film for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston program, “For the love of…” February 8, 2015
Watch on Amazon Prime! Created “For the love of…” with Boston Storytellers at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston February 8, 2015 Jade Sylvan, host; author of Kissing Oscar Wilde, poet, performerSophia Cacciola and Michael J. Epstein, filmmakersWes Hazard, comedian, … Read More
What did we make in 2012? A brief recap
I’ll post a full year summary soon, but here’s just a quick recap of what we managed to put out this year. Our original goal was to release 10 albums/EPs in 2012. We got a little sidetracked making movies and … Read More
The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library’s “A Brief History of Flight” …or why would someone want to make a silent film in 2012?
Why would someone want to make a silent film in 2012? The Story of The Michael J. Epstein Memorial Library’s “A Brief History of Flight” We all have a desire to escape that which imprisons us, and this inspires us to … Read More
The Motion Sick: Sophie Can Walk
When baby Sophie was born, doctors said she would not be able to walk for at least a year. Here is the story of one family’s struggle… -xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx- The Motion Sick Blog – http://themotionsickreviews.blogspot.com/